"The Enemies of Progress: The Dangers of Sustainability"

"The Enemies of Progress: The Dangers of Sustainability"
Book published by Societas. Orders: http://www.imprint.co.uk/books/williams_enemies.html

Comment is Free

Andrew Simm, in Comment is Free, proclaims my small notoriety... and pretends that he hasn't read my book.


Culture Wars

A favourable review on Culture Wars website by Ben Pile, one of the founders of Climate Resistance

See Climate Resistance on www.climate-resistance.org

Little Atoms

Here's an interview about the book... and the subsequent Manifesto: Towards a New Humanism [ManTowNHuman] on Little Atoms with Neil Denny and Padraig Reidy.


Climate Change

Here's a review of our team's heroic loss in the final debate about Climate Change in Melbourne.
I think we won a moral victory... !

RIBA Journal

Here's a review from the RIBA Journal (July 2008) by Grant Gibson. I like it.

I have to say I caught my breath when described as a cross between Michael Moore and Sir Keith Joseph (two more reprehensible characters in modern history, I struggle to bring to mind) but Grant makes some valid criticisms:


Mind you, I have to say that I think it's a peculiar wishful thinking to suggest that the environmental consensus is cracking simply because Alastair Darling has refused to put two pence a litre on petrol prices. Actually, having read the article, I think that that is a far more strained example than my Libya one (at least, in the book, I said that I was using the Libya example as a rhetorical device).